In Poland, there are only 12 international airports connecting all regions of the country with the rest of the world. See the list below to find the most convenient for your route.
Warsaw Airport — IATA WAW code — (
11 million passengers)
Warsaw Frederick Chopin Airport is the largest and busiest airport in the country, serving more than 40% of the country’s total passenger traffic. It serves about 40-50% of passenger traffic in Poland. The busiest international flights from the airport are to Frankfurt, Amsterdam, London, Chicago and Paris. There is only one passenger terminal, known as Terminal A. The best way to get to the center of Warsaw is by train, as it connects the airport and the city center in 20 minutes. Another possibility is to take a bus that connects to the center of Warsaw with lines 175, 188 and N32 (at night). There is an additional line 148, which goes to Ursinov (south of Warsaw) and Prague (eastern part of Warsaw). Warsaw is an ideal place to visit other international destinations such as Vienna, Berlin or
Wroclaw Airport — IATA code WRO — (
2.3 million passengers)
Wroclaw Nicolaus Copernicus Airport is an international airport serving the city of Wroclaw in southwestern Poland. The airport is located 10 km south-west of the city center. It has two passenger terminals and one cargo terminal. Due to its proximity to the city, it is not a problem to get to it, by bus or by car. Bus line 106 departs daily to / from Central Railway / Bus Station every 20 minutes. The entire journey takes approximately 40 minutes, depending on driving conditions and conditions. Night bus line 206, operates on the same route through the airport. From Wroclaw you can visit other places, such as Krakow or Katowice.
Krakow Airport — code IATA KRK — (
4.2 Mio. passengers)
St. John Paul II Airport Krakow-Balice is an international airport in the village of Balice, near Krakow, 11 km from the city center on the south side of the country. Shuttle trains connect Balice Airport with Kraków Glouini Central Station, which is located close to the historic Old Town district in the city center. They travel every 30 minutes and the journey takes less than 20 minutes. The earliest train to Krakow Airport leaves from the central station at 4:05 am, and the last at 23:35. The first and last departure from the airport station is 5:16 am and 0:15 am, respectively.
Gdansk Airport — IATA GDN code — (
3.7 million Passengers)
Gdansk Airport, also known as Lech Walsa Airport, is an international Polish airport located 12 km west of the city of Gdansk. The airport is named after the former president of Poland. The city is easily accessible from the airport. Bus line 210 ZTM Gdansk takes 40 minutes to get from Gdansk airport to Gdansk main railway station (Dworzec Glówny).
Airport Katowice — code IATA KTW — (
3 Mio. passengers)
Katowice Airport is the fourth busiest airport in the country. It is located 30 km north of Katowice, in Pyrzowice. The city has 3 bus lines connecting the airport with various areas: Bytom — airport — lines 85 and 53, Mierzzice airport — airport — line 17, or a direct bus. From the city you can visit other places nearby, such as Krakow.
Warsaw Airport — IATA WMI code — (
2.6 million passengers)
Warsaw Modlin Airport is an international airport opened in 2012 after being used as a military airfield. It is located 40 km from the center of Warsaw. The airport is intended to be used by low cost airlines, and it serves as a base for Ryanair.
Airport Poznan — IATA POZ code — (
1.5 million Passengers)
Poznan-авawica Airport or Henryk Vinyavski is one of the oldest airports in the country, located 5 km from the city center. During the season, it offers flights to many destinations, such as Hurghada and European resorts.
Rzeszow Airport — code IATA RZE — (
0.6 million Passengers)
Rzeszow-Jionica Airport is an international airport in southeastern Poland, in the village of Jasonka, 10 km from the city of Rzeszow. This is the country’s seventh largest airport in terms of passenger traffic.
Szczecin Airport — code IATA SZZ — (
0.4 million Passengers)
Solidarity or Szczecin-Goleniów Airport is the main domestic and international airport for the region around the city of Szczecin. It is located 45 km northeast of the city center, in the village of Glevice.
Lublin Airport — Code IATA LUZ — (
0.3 million Passengers)
Lublin Airport is an international airport serving the city of Lublin and the surrounding region. It is located 10 km east of Lublin.
Airport Bydgoszcz — code IATA BZG — (
0.3 million Passengers)
Bydgoszcz Airport Ignacy Jan Paderewski is an international airport serving the Bydgoszcz district. By the number of passengers, this is the ninth largest airport in the country.
Lodz Airport — IATA code LCJ — (
0.3 million Passengers)
Lodz Airport, also known as Władysław Reymont Airport, is an international airport in the central part of Poland, located 6 km from the city center. It offers flights to several European destinations.